Job: Learning Mentor - Cellar Space

Cellar Space Learning Mentor: helping young people re-engage

The Cellar Space provides a safe environment for young people aged 11–16 who are finding it difficult to engage with mainstream education. We work with each young person to identify their needs, interests, and strengths in order to develop their confidence and self-esteem. We are looking for an experienced worker to join our team.

  • 21 hrs per week (39 weeks per year)

  • starting on £18,907 pro rata (NJC scale 5, pt 22)

The Cellar Space is part of Furnival Burngreave Community Projects (reg. charity 1092744), an equal opportunities employer. For an informal discussion, please call Di Lee on 0114 279 9276 or email:

To request an application pack, contact Robin or Val on 0114 272 7497 or email:

Deadline for applications: 4pm, Thursday 10th July 2008. Interviews to take place 14th – 17th July at The Furnival, 199 Verdon Street, Sheffield, S3 9QQ

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